DetailsThe 3/16" Beer Line Assembly includes a ball lock beverage out quick disconnect, 5 feet of tubing, picnic tap, and one hose clamp. This is all you need to dispense whatever is in your keg.
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4.4 / 5.032 ReviewsDefinilty worth itExactly as described, works beautifully. No wasted time searching for parts individually. Made it so easy to start kegging. Just get this and the pre-assembled gas line and you're set to start.January 6, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGood qualityThe ball lock fitting and the picnic faucet are both nice quality. I've had others that just don't compare at all to these.December 28, 2015Ball Lock Beer Line Assemblyworks great!July 29, 2016Great Customer Service!I have five of these assemblies and just bought two of them two weeks ago on a trip to the store. One of the dispensers is apparently defective because it will not stop leaking, but after a quick call to Midwest, a very helpful young man got my address off my online account and is sending me a new dispensing faucet to replace the leaky one. Absolutely no hassles and I didn't even have to send the bad one back. I have a son in the service that I haven't seen in 21 months, I've stockpiled five kegs for his leave next month, and with the help of Midwest, all of them will be ready when he comes home in two weeks! THANKS VERY MUCH! You've really earned my loyalty and gratitude!August 21, 2011Does the jobThese do the job and assembly by Midwest is great. No leaks at either connection. However, the faucet on mine will not seal all of the time. It will drip about every four times I use it. This caused about 12oz of beer to be pooled up in the bottom of my keezer. That was motivation to build a collar and mount some Perlick faucets to it. The perlicks are obviously the way to go, but these will work in a pinch.October 23, 2012GreatI think everyone should have a few of these laying around. Great for washing out lines and kegs and using for that third or fourth keg in your setup.November 17, 2012Good StuffIt's a good assembly. I used modified one I bought to work with my kegerator. I basically cut off the dispenser end and connected it to the Co2 regulator but I have used them straight out of the Corney too and they are quality. I gave 3 stars on the price because you can get them cheaper if you have a brew shop near you and if you add shipping, well it's better you add some other stuff to your cart to make the shipping make sense.January 17, 2013OK for what it isPretty decent product, only use mine for when i take it places for two reasons. 1- it leaks sometimes, have lost an entire keg one time. 2- the hose is too short, need closer to 10 feet of hose to stabilize a keg._x000D__x000D_One good thing about the picnic tap is that you can put a bottle filler into it and use it to fill bottles of a keg at very low pressures!February 19, 2013Works GreatOut of the box and onto the keg post. I was pouring beer immediately. I recommend placing the tap into a small bowl to collect any spill off when not in use.March 5, 2013No leaks, holds pressureI was a little wary from other reviews, but bought one of these anyway. I am just starting out and only have one keg, so simple equipment is good for now. I took the precaution of putting a clamp around the hose of the spigot head._x000D__x000D_I had this spigot attached to a keg full of soda cranked up to 35psi and did not have any leaks. My kids used it for a kegful without incident, and that says something for the abuse it can take._x000D__x000D_The unit disassembled easily for cleaning. No problems here, happy so far with this purchase.March 19, 2013
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Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 3 answersIs the picnic tap threaded onto a 1/4 swivel nut? Just wondering, could buy these and take off the picnic tap then connect the lines to my faucets.. just curiousBEST ANSWER: I'm assuming you are asking how the dispensing spout is attached to the tubing. The picture does not actually show how it is attached to the tubing. The end of the tubing simply slips over a barbed end of the plastic spout.
(I took a picture of mine to send to you but don't know how to insert it here.)
I think if you want to attach it to your existing faucet you will need some type of fitting. I hope this helps. Happy brewing!!!